Something people might find an amusing diversion.
Originally shared by Kevin Crawford
I've been letting my head relax a little from SWN in the run-up to the Kickstarter beginning at midnight on August 1st, so I've been doodling around with the 710 AD England game I mean to get around to eventually. It's intended to be a fairly modest warm-up run at my future historical gaming line, but it's fun to be able to play around with a 6x9 book format. Just for fun, I've attached the extremely-provisional character creation chapter below so people can get a general idea of where my head is on its chargen.
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Wolves of God, you say. Is that a reference to something?
To shreds, you say?
I've been fantasising about something like this for some time, so I'm very glad you are doing this (and not me).
Color me curious. I'd be interested in seeing this line.
I read this doc earlier today and immediately started seeing how I could combine it with some stuff from Scarlet Heroes .
I'm not a huge fan of the time period, but I am a huge fan of mid-16th century (and later) Tudor England. I'm interested to see how that turns out!
I do enjoy the "in-character" writing, as well as the helpful margin commentary (like any good monastic manuscript!). Will there be illumination art in the final product?
well, I think the slaughter dice would be ok with the setting, maybe a little less severe than in SL.
It looks like the setting will have some similarities to Other Dust. In this case the apocalypse being survived is the fall of the Roman Empire. Is this a conscious decision on your part?
Odd this should come up. I was just wondering where I might find a good platform for a Dark Fantasy campaign.